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Marty Robbins
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (05 March 2007)
31 track collection spanning the years 1954 to '57 when country singer Marty Robbins took on Elvis and the other early Rockabillies with a string of sparkling Country Rockers issues as 45s and a 10" LP on the US Columbia label....
Massacres
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Debut album from the Chicago Psychobillies. Their songs are melodic, unlike many of today's psychobilly bands, but I found the mixing job is not up to scratch, and some songs are lacking in energy. Still worth checking their music out for yourselves - the band has a MySpace account....
Matthew Lee
Submitted by ingetje (20 April 2009)
Italian rocker and performer Matthew Lee is a rather unknown name here in Belgium, but in Italy things are quite different. Matthew started his musical career when he was eleven years! Well that is to say he started taking piano lessons when he was eleven. From one thing came another and although classically trained it didnít...
Michael Ubaldini
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (25 January 2007)
American rebel and rock 'n' roll outlaw, Micheal Ubaldini's prolific recorded output began with "Mystery Train" in 1994. Produced by Stray Cat Lee Rocker and featuring guest guitarist Brian Setzer, the album is comparible in places to some of the work that the two aforementioned feline strutters went on to record as solo artists. It's american...
Mick Wigfall & The Toxics
Submitted by rockinev (05 January 2012)
Mick Wigfall and the Toxics, when this CD arrived I was eager to hear it, Mick has a long pedigree in the rockin world going back to the Guanabatz days of the Ď80ís via a long stint with Darrell Higham and the Enforcers and many other top artists of this and other genres. I must say...
Mojokings
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
Whatever happened to rock 'n roll?? That's an easy question, rock and roll is still alive with bands like Mojokings a combination of rockabilly, punk, psychobilly, rock and roll. Paul Scoulding-singer and guitarist, his guitar sound gives a nod to the nasty side of 50ís rockíníroll, Richard Scoulding-double bass slapping no mercy, Olly Simmonds-double kick drums...
Moonlight Trio
Submitted by rockinev (05 November 2012)
A rattling little album from a Mexican Ė American combo mixing English and Spanish language and rhythm rockabilly and latin beats. Only six tracks on this promo disc but you can hear more on the Myspace page. A great sound is produced here a good cover of Nothin Shakin rocks along nicely as does the...
Mystery Gang
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (24 April 2007)
The third album of the Hungarian rockabilly band with 10 songs which are all self penned, and often have a sleazy bluesy feel to them. Something you could hear in smokey bar, wth people deancing weird dances without any fear of embarrassing themselves. Modern recording, powerful revved-up lead guitar and special effects on vocals...
Nick Curran & The Lowlives
Submitted by hankabilly (20 May 2016)
Everybody must buy this album if donít have it yet, itís the best and last CD from the late great Nick Curran. Starting this album with Wild Lover from Etta James, man what a great version this shows so much the influence of Little Richard! Second song Real Rock Party this is the real...
Nico Duportal And His Rhythm Dudes
Submitted by rockinev (09 May 2013)
Nico Duportal and his Rhythm Dudes, bring us an album of big full bodied, brassy rocking and jumping rock n roll. The booming baritone sax and delightful piano underscore these tracks and drive the whole thing along like a well oiled engine room. Nicoís guitar sounds great leading the band through a high energy set...
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